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Area/Sub/
General/Issue
Sale#/
Date
Lot#/
Grade
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
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Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2013-12-19
United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1063, Lot Number 2089, Union Patriotics"Nashville Ten. May 19, 1862", "Nashville Ten. May 19, 1862""Nashville Ten. May 19, 1862". Double-circle datestamp struck on "Union For Ever" red and blue wreath and shield Patriotic cover from Union-occupied Tennessee to Hopedale O., "Due 3" in circle handstamp, pencil soldier's letter endorsement, accompanied by original letter datelined "Camp near Murphreysboro Tenn., Feb. 23d, 1862", slightly reduced at right and creased at top, Very Fine appearance

E. 200-300
170
United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2012-12-10
United States and Foreign Stamps and Covers
c
Sale Number 1037, Lot Number 2931, Confederate States Covers and StampsNashville Ten., Sep. 11, 1861, Nashville Ten., Sep. 11, 1861Nashville Ten., Sep. 11, 1861. Circular datestamp perfectly struck in blue with matching "Paid" and "10" handstamps on buff cover originating in Confederate-occupied Columbus Kentucky and sent to C.S.A. Vice President Alexander Stephens in Richmond, carried to Nashville where it entered the C.S.A. mails, back with manuscript "John. G. Burch Columbus Ky., Sept 9th 1861 - Desires a change of position in the Army", missing backflap as usual with Stephens covers, Extremely Fine, ex Felton, Kentucky proclaimed its policy of neutrality on May 20, 1861, but the pro-Confederate and pro-Union citizens within the state were wary of an invasion force throughout the summer months, with each side accusing the other of breaching neutrality, finally, to preempt a Federal occupation of Columbus, General Leonidas Polk ordered General Gideon Pillow to move on Sep. 3 on Hickman and Columbus

E. 500-750
325
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2011-11-15
Confederate States, U.S. Postal History, General Foreign
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 540, Confederate States: Handstamped Paid and Due: KentuckyNashville Ten., Sep. 11, 1861, Nashville Ten., Sep. 11, 1861Nashville Ten., Sep. 11, 1861. Circular datestamp perfectly struck in blue with matching "Paid" and "10" handstamps on buff cover originating in Confederate-occupied Columbus Kentucky and sent to C.S.A. Vice President Alexander Stephens in Richmond, carried to Nashville where it entered the C.S.A. mails, back with ms. "John. G. Burch Columbus Ky., Sept 9th 1861 - Desires a change of position in the Army", missing backflap as usual with Stephens covers, Extremely Fine, Kentucky proclaimed its policy of neutrality on May 20, 1861, but the pro-Confederate and pro-Union citizens within the state were wary of an invasion force throughout the summer months, with each side accusing the other of breaching neutrality, finally, to preempt a Federal occupation of Columbus, General Leonidas Polk ordered General Gideon Pillow to move on Sep. 3 on Hickman and Columbus

E. 750-1,000
650
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2007-09-27
The Buck Boshwit Collection of Confederate States
c
Sale Number 940, Lot Number 204, Independent State and C.S.A. Usage of U.S. StampsNashville Ten. Apr. 13, 1861, Nashville Ten. Apr. 13, 1861Nashville Ten. Apr. 13, 1861. Clear strike of blue circular datestamp ties U.S. 3c Dull Red, Ty. II (26) on red and blue 7-Star Confederate Flag patriotic cover to Salem S.C. and forwarded to Whiteville S.C., ms. "For. 3" and clear "Salem N.C. Apr. 20" circular datestamp, sealed cover tear at bottom and tiny tear at top, otherwise Very Fine, scarce and highly exhibitable Tennessee usage prior to secession

E. 1,500-2,000
1,500
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2007-09-27
The Buck Boshwit Collection of Confederate States
c
Sale Number 940, Lot Number 225, Express Mails after June 1, 1861Nashville Ten. Jun. 20?, 1861, Nashville Ten. Jun. 20?, 1861Nashville Ten. Jun. 20?, 1861. Blue circular datestamp with matching "Paid" and large "5" handstamps on U.S. 3c Red Star Die entire (U27) to Nashville, some slight wear, otherwise Fine, this cover from the Knowles correspondence was carried thru the lines by express and delivered in Nashville (5c C.S.A. postage was required), ex Gallagher

E. 400-500
425
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2007-09-27
The Buck Boshwit Collection of Confederate States
c
Sale Number 940, Lot Number 281, Handstamped Paid and Due MarkingsNashville Ten. Dec. 16, 1861, Nashville Ten. Dec. 16, 1861Nashville Ten. Dec. 16, 1861. Bold strike of blue circular datestamp with matching "5" on folded soldier's letter to Graysport Miss., additional strike of "Due 5" handstamp applied at Memphis, Very Fine

E. 200-300
200
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2007-09-27
The Buck Boshwit Collection of Confederate States
c
Sale Number 940, Lot Number 472, Patriotic CoversNashville Ten., Aug. 5, 1861, Nashville Ten., Aug. 5, 1861Nashville Ten., Aug. 5, 1861. Blue circular datestamp with year date inverted, matching "Paid" and "10" on 7-Star Confederate Flag patriotic cover to Chapel Hill N.C., Very Fine and rare

E. 750-1,000
2,700
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
1999-04-27
U.S. & C.S.A. Postal History
c
Nashville Tenn. Aug. 13, 1861. Blue cds on label affixed to daguerreotype case addressed to "Mr. B.K.C. Taylor, Nashville Tenn.", ms. "Cross Springs" origination pmk, original sixth-plate ambrotype in gold-leaf frame shows image of a young man, some slight wear to edge of label, otherwise Very Fine, a very rare and remarkable piece of mail -- only four cases with postmarked labels are believed to exist

E. 1,000-1,500
700
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